Marblesilk

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Marblesilk is a Prydaen specialty fabric, but has no restrictions on race. Originally created by the Prydaen weaver Albrhae and perfected by generations of his family, marblesilk is prized for its combination of softness, distinct patterning and even colors.
The easiest way to describe marblesilk is to say that all marblesilk is marbled silk, but not all marbled silk is marblesilk. Marblesilk is distinct in its use of nature-like patterns that are meant as honorifics toward the Prydaen god Eu. Patterns may also be embellished after coloration by the addition of raw silk threads. Such additions are meant to emphasize or enhance the pattern in the fabric and they add a rough texture.

This material is required to be provided for alterations.

The below information is outdated and incorrect.

Marblesilk is a product of a specific Prydaen family that is made as a solid piece. It is created as one solid piece, and any attempt to cut it into smaller pieces (such as for alterations) will cause it to completely unravel.[1]

Items

ItemSource isRare item
Amber marblesilk belt edged with braided leatherSindah's Silk Sensations (3)true
Amber marblesilk duffel bag with a viridian thornweave strapSindah's Silk Sensations (3)true
Atramentous marblesilk backpackThryntyrlz BagMaker's Yurt (4)true
Cobalt marblesilk Pr'mra'sin tied with a braided silver cordtrue
Cobalt marblesilk Pr'ysin embroidered with silver threadtrue
Coral marblesilk skirt with asymmetrical tiersEgg rewardsTreasure maptrue
Crimson marblesilk Pr'ysin embroidered with gold threadtrue
Dashing black top hat trimmed with a band of marblesilk along the brimThis Little Piggy (1)true
Draping white marblesilk gown embellished by a twisted green gold hip-chainDamsel In This Dress (2)true
Elegant dress of fiery marblesilk with a diaphanous gold overlayTurialo's Haven (7)true
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References

  1. Post:Fabric frustration - 1/7/2009 - 20:55:00

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